The days of the traditional computer tower are numbered as we see products like the Quanta NH2 feature tech specs that rival even the spiffiest models on the market. Featuring a design aesthetic that is the smallest and thinnest in the world, the Quanta NH2 is still as capable as a traditional computer. An Intel Atom x5-Z8300 Cherry Trail processor gives the Quanta NH2 what it needs to move things along while the 2GB of RAM and up to 64GB of storage give it a lot of power in such a small form factor.
Able to feature USB 2.0 or 3.0 depending on what your preference or requirements are, the Quanta NH2 is purported by the brand to be 30% more powerful than the previous model.
The Quanta NH2 Offers a 30% Power Increase From Previous Models
1. Miniature Computing - The trend towards smaller and thinner computers with equal capabilities opens up opportunities for disruptors to innovate in the computer manufacturing industry.
2. Increased Processing Power - The rise of more powerful miniature computers presents disruptive innovation opportunities in industries like robotics, AI and IoT.
3. USB Compatibility - As more miniature computers offer USB 3.0 compatibility, it presents an opportunity for innovators in the peripherals manufacturing industry to create new and improved devices.
1. Computer Manufacturing - The advent of more powerful miniature computers is an opportunity for disruptors to innovate in the traditional computer manufacturing industry.
2. Robotics - With powerful miniature computers comes new opportunities for disruption in industries like robotics, enabling more compact and powerful computer integration.
3. Peripherals Manufacturing - As the trend towards USB 3.0 compatibility grows, it opens up opportunities for disruptors to innovate in the peripherals manufacturing industry.